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Located on the Western Coast of Greece, Corfu Island (Kerkyra) is part of the renowned Ionian Islands. Kerkyra, with an excellent tourism service, beautiful beaches and delectable cuisine is one of the popular destinations. 

Kerkyra town 


Kerkyra Town, is 31m away from Kadith apartments approximately 17km and it is the capital of Corfu. No matter how long you are in the island for, take at least one morning to explore the old town considered by many as the most beautiful town in Greece! The town consisting of three Venetian forts designed by renowned Venetian engineers and neoclassical housing is an architectural ensemble of outstanding universal value.

In June 2007, it was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List as a fortified Mediterranean port town of high integrity and authenticity. Enjoy stroll around the narrow streets and alleyways with the old neoclassical buildings, exquisite Italian statues, picturesque piazzas, beautiful fountains, bell towers and tomes. Visit the baroque-style Spianada square, the Ionian Academy and the astounding architecture of the museum of Asian Art (which is the only one in Greece). Corfu has nothing to envy from Venice, Tuscany and the Italian Ravenna. Corfu town is so beautiful; it takes your breath away! 

Legends and Secrets

The city of Corfu is linked to many legends, where the boundaries of reality and fiction are interwine. Legend has it that the entire Old Town is hollow underneath, especially the area below Spianada with underground tunnels connecting the Old with the New Fortress. These passages are closed for security reasons, but during the bombardments of 1943 many people sought refuge there. Other legends state that there are secret passages which connect the city and the Forts with the islet of Vidos (which also had a fort, demolished in 1864, just before the Union of the Ionian Islands with Greece).

Another fascinating story of the Corfiat tradition is Sagrado. These are mazy, narrow dungeons, in the basements of mansions. According to legend, during the Venetian occupation, the outlaws and the fugitives had the right to seek shelter in those mansions when the police was hunting them down. Rumor has it that the Aristocrats sometimes punished the alleged criminals and this is why these dungeons became notorious. During WW II, the Germans opened few of these Sagrados and discovered human skeletons and skulls. Seek for these dungeons in the basements of the Androutselis, Rivellis and Sordina’s mansions.  

Achillion Palace or Mon Repos

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The most popular attraction in Corfu is 22 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 11km; the evergreen estate of Mon Repos is located in Palaiopoli, about 3km from Corfu Town and has a truly outstanding sea view.

This is where Frederick Adam, the High Commissioner of Eptanisa, built his summer estate in 1831. In 1864 the Palace was granted to King George I and the legendary Princess Elizabeth (Sissy) also stayed there. In this very palace, Philip Mountbatten, the Duke of Edinburg and spouse of Queen Elizabeth, was born. The architecturally impressive colonial style with neoclassical and Greek elements is surrounded by lush gardens with more than 2.000 species of plants, mostly gifts from royal families.

Visitors will be enchanted by the two famous statues of Achilles, located in the gardens, just outside the palace; the “Dying Achilles” by Ernst Herter and a huge statue of Achilles the Triumphant. Scenes from the James Bond movie “For Your Eyes Only” were also shot there.

The palace is open daily, except from Monday, from 8.30 in the morning until 15.00 in the afternoon. 





Having adopted its name from its peculiar shape resembling a mouse, the small islet is Corfu’s landmark is 23 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 13km. The vegetated rock in the middle of the sea has been declared as an open natural museum and can be visited by a small boat from Kanoni, just outside the famous church of Virgin Mary Vlaherna. If you happen to be in Kerkyra during the Metamorphosis of Jesus Christ (August 6th) you are in luck as it is the only day visitors are able to visit the islet and the Byzantine monastery of Pantokratoras, which is the only building standing there.

Agios Spyridonas Church



This is one of the most important Metabyzantine monuments in the city of Corfu, built in 1589 and located at the Old Town (a few minutes from Spianada and Liston) and it is 31 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 17km. It has an amazing marble temple, the relics of the Saint are kept in a silver crypt of the 19th century and it has some astonishing frescoes and golden panels all around. Agios Spyridonas is the patron saint of the island and they say he saved the inhabitants from the plague epidemic. The church’s bell tower is the tallest on the island. Be sure to be suitable dressed. You will be made very welcome, but out of respect make sure that you are suitably dressed. Beach attire should stay at the beach! Shorts are perfectly acceptable, but you must wear at least a t-shirt. For the girls it is essential to have shoulders covered.

Dont forget to check our CHURCHES & MONASTERIES CORFU GUIDE.

The old Townhall

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The old Townhall is located 31 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 17km. In 1663 the construction of the gallery of noble “loggia nobili” was begun, and took almost 30 years to complete..This beautiful building housed the famous San Giacomo theatre. Later on the director of the orchestra for the operas that played there was Nicholas Mantzaros composer of our national anthem. Today the building has retained its beauty and has become the home of the Town Hall. It is located at the intersection of Eugene M. Voulgareos street and M.Theotoki street.

The Ionian Parliament building



The The Ionian Parliament building is located 31 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 17,5km. At the intersection of Napoleon Zabeli and Moustoxidi streets is the building of the Ionian Parliament.Here the representatives of the people of the Ionian Islands voted for union with Greece which was eventually ratified by a resolution of the Ionian Isles on 23rd September 1863. The building was designed by Ioannis Chronis in 1855 in a neoclassical style with a distinctive entrance of Doric columns.

It was restored in 1978 and since then has been the home of the Museum devoted to the struggle of the people of eptanisa (Ionian Islands) for freedom. We hope that it will be restored to its previous glory and officially become the Ionian Parliament.

Fortezza or Old Fort



The Fortezza is located on the east part of the city and it is 30 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 16,5km. It’s an architectural masterpiece of the Byzantine and the Venetian era. Inside you will see a Venetian prison, two British barracks and a military hospital, which now hosts the music school. Enjoy the breathtaking view of the Old Town, the sea and the small port with the fishing boats. 

Fortezza Nueva or New Fort

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Dominating the hill of San Marco, the New Fort was built by the Venetians (16th century) and it is 31 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 16,5km, after it was decided that the Old Fort wasn’t providing enough protection in the city. It’s said that in order to find the necessary building material, the architect Francisco Vitelli had to demolish 2.000 houses and churches.

The Old and the New Fort are still connected by underground channel that are now closed to the public. In its massive gate, visitors will see the amazing sculpture of a Lion, an emblem that will always be linking this Fort to Venice. Today, the New Fort hosts many cultural events, art exhibitions and concerts. 

Museum of Asian Art – Palace of Saints Michael and George

Palace of St Michael and St George


The Museum of Asian Art is 32 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 17km (the only Asian art museum in Greece), is housed in a beautiful building of the British Protectorate, designed by George Whitmore. Initially it was the residence of the High Commissioner and then as the headquarters of the Knights of St. Michael and St. George. The museum hosts about 11.000 items of statuettes from China, bronze ritual vases, masks from the No Theater, Greek-Buddhist sculptures, nephrite objects, Chinese porcelain items and samurai armors.

Winter and summer operating hours differ (Monday it’s always closed), for exact details call 22610 30443.

Corfu Reading Society Library

Founded in 1836 during the English Protection, the Reading Society’s Library  is 31 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 16,5km and it is the oldest intellectual institution in Greece. The library houses rare editions, valuable manuscripts, maps, engravings, newspapers, booklets and photographs, related to the history of the Ionian Islands and an incredible collection of paintings and icons.

Open daily from 9am till 2pm (except Sundays). 

Byzantine Museum of Antivouniotissa



The church of Panagia Antivouniotissa located in the Old Town is 32 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 17km, was built around the 15th century and is the oldest church in the city. It hosts some amazing icons of Virgin Mary, Agios Sergios, Agios Dimitrios and of Kyrillos Alexandrias. Dont forget to check our CHURCHES & MONASTERIES CORFU GUIDE.

Open daily from 8.30am till 3pm (except Mondays).

Kanoni (Canon)

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A cosmopolitan spot is 33 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 18km, with a magical sea view overlooking the islet of Vlaherna and the famous Pontikonisi, the town derived its name from the original French canon located just in the middle of the little square. This is where the ancient city of Corfu (8th century BC) and the ancient temple of Artemis are located. The entrance to the legendary Casino is also there.

Spianada square

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Spianada is the main square of the island located 31m away from Kadith Apartments approximately 17km , the biggest one in the Balkans and one of the biggest in Europe. It’s the social hub of Corfu, where everybody goes for lunch, coffee and drinks at any time of the day. It was built according to the architectural style of European Royal Gardens and it’s surrounded by buildings of astounding Venetian and French architecture. Try it early in the morning or later at night. Everybody who’s anybody goes there!

Exactly behind Liston and Spianada Square you will see numerous restaurants that serve authentic Corfiat cuisine. Choose the one you like and enjoy dinner under the starlit sky in this picturesque pedestrian street.

Remnants of the Byzantine castle in Gardiki

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In the west coast near Halikouna and the village of Agios Mattheos 31 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 14km, there are the remains of an old Byzantine castle known as the castle of Gardiki.During the summer months concerts and other events have been performed there.




A place of rare natural beauty is 36 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 26km, northwest from the city of Corfu, Palaiokastritsa consists of two long sandy beaches surrounded by astonishingly sculpted rocks with cold, emerald waters. The coast is ideal for diving and snorkeling, due to the numerous coves and the underwater caves. Scenes from the James Bond movie “For Your Eyes Only” were also shot here. 

Dont forget to visit Paleokastritsa Monastery check our CHURCHES & MONASTERIES CORFU GUIDE.

Aggelokastro in Paleokastritsa



This is the westernmost outpost of the Byzantine Empire and the Despotate of Epirus to which Corfu belonged until 1267 AD, it is 46 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 31km near the village of Krini north of Paleokastritsa next to a monastery. Built in the early 12th century AD by the Despot of Epirus Duke Michael-Angelos Komnenos the second, and in its prime, in an emergency it could protect the entire population of the region, about 4000 people.Inside the castle two large water tanks and the churches of the Holy Archangels and Agia Kiriaki are preserved. The church of the Archangels was built in 1784 on the site of an older church. Agia Kiriaki was built inside a small cave and has 18th century paintings.

Aggelokastro(Angel`s castle) saw many sieges but never fell except once to the Venetians after a six month siege in 1386. In 1537 only 8 soldiers of his guard with the help of the residents were needed in order to repel the attack of Barbarossa. The Turks tried again and failed to conquer the Castle in 1571. The names of the villages around got their names from the soldiers who took pieces of land to settle on when they retired.

Examples are: Makris-Makrades, Vistonas-Vistonas, Doukas-Doukades, Aspiotis-Aspiotades, Kabbadias-Kabbadades etc.


Dont forget to visit Paleokastritsa Monastery check our CHURCHES & MONASTERIES CORFU GUIDE.

Ano Peritheia – Travel back in time



Ano Peritheia is a little bit isolated and quite far from the capital town of Kerkyra 1h and 25 mins away from Kadith apartments approximately 59km but it’s definitely worth a visit, simply because it’s out of the ordinary. The ghost-town of Ano Peritheia is located on the north part of the island in the slopes of Pantokratoras Mountain.

Weird tales, urban legends and obscure narrations are linked to this place. An abandoned, mysterious and alluring medieval mountain village with deserted honey-stone and stucco mansions with rosy tiled roofs, Ano Peritheia was built at this isolated location around the 14th century by locals who wanted to be protected from the pirates, as well as the plague the island suffered.

Some people say that it was deserted when Corfu started becoming a popular holiday destination and everybody moved back to the seashore. But according to others, the plague did eventually reach the village leading to the death of many of its inhabitants and the rest just left. This entire village is a unique architectural monument and it’s definitely worth your visit. During the summer months there are two taverns with traditional cuisine, operating within the walls of this amazing ghost medieval town.  

Lake Korission



If you are a nature lover do visit this beautiful saltwater lagoon, about 18 km away from kadith Apartments (38mins). It’s a rare wetland, with wild vegetation and hundreds different types of birds, like curlews, egrets and oyster birds, widgeons and cormorants. There is also a small cedar forest nearby. The beach of Halikounas is at a close distance and it’s the favorite of those who prefer peace, quiet and crystal clear shallow waters.

Canal d’ Amour



For those of you incurably romantics, there is a place you should definitely visit. Just left of the long sandy beach of Sidari, you will see the Canal d’ Amour (the channel of love). It’s basically a tunnel, between the rocks. Tradition says that whoever swims in this channel towards the other side will meet the love of their life. The entire beach is filled with small coves and sea caves and surrounding rocks have been sculpted by the winds and the sea, creating astonishing ensembles. 

Paxoi – Antipaxoi



If you are planning to stay at Corfu for several days, take the flying dolphin from Corfu port which is 32km away from Kadith apartments (32mins) and visit the exotic, tiny islets of Paxoi. Paxos is one large olive grove, with trees that reach all the way to the seashore. It has 64 churches, about 2.500 inhabitants and few truly exotic beaches with turquoise blue waters and pure white pebbles.

Antipaxos is about 2 nautical miles from Paxos and has 2 settlements and about 20 permanent residents. You will immensely enjoy swimming in the emerald waters and tasting the fresh fish in the local taverns. Prince William and Harry enjoyed it! 

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Paxos is the smallest of the Ionian Islands, lying just 11 km from the southernmost tip of Corfu. Many visitors return year after year to Paxos to experience the intimacy of this peaceful haven, the genuine friendliness of the local Paxiots, and the captivating scenery. Paxos is covered in many olive groves intersected by dry-stone walls and paths, that often lead to a derelict villa or abandoned stone olive press! The gnarled and twisted olive trees, some of them hundreds of years old, shelter numerous species of wild flowers at their roots, while here and there, small vineyards flourish. This serene and unspoiled landscape is what makes a holiday to the island of Paxos truly memorable.

It is traditionally believed that the Phoenicians were the first to settle Paxos, and that the name may be derived from the Phoenician word 'paks' meaning 'slate'. Another version is that some inhabitants of Paxous in Sicily were expatriated and forced to move to Paxoi, naming the islands after their home town. The Metropolitan Archbishop of Paramythia, Athenagoras, says 'Paxos' refers to the flagstones that came from the islands' quarries and were exported. The Thesaurus of the Greek Language by Errikos Stefanou, etymologises the name from the ancient Greek verb 'pignyo' in the future tense - 'pixo'. Another version states that it may have come from the expression paksosas thyras - meaning closed doors, given that the port of Gaios is of the closed type. Paxos or Paxi? Apparently Paxos refers to the main island, Paxi refers to the entire group of small islands including Anti-Paxos.

It is believed that the shipping magnate, Aristotle Onasis, was a big fan of the island of Paxos and therefore donated funds to build the main road which runs from Gaios to Lakka! The islanders of Paxos do a complete change around from summer to winter. During the summer months, many are running or working in restaurants and tavernas to cater for the tourist. While during the winter months, help with the olive gathering and harvest, any building/maintenance repairs and some having a well earned holiday.


There are many reasons to visit Gaios - chic boutiques and old-fashioned village stores, a main square where cafe atmosphere and busy boat life mingle pleasantly, and some interesting sights. A visit to the Museum and the Monastery on the islet opposite are worthwhile. An intriguing variety of eating establishments makes this a fascinating place to visit, with an atmosphere all its own.


Loggos is one of the prettiest villages in Paxos. The tiny harbour of Loggos itself is enchanting, colourful enough for any artist or photographer, with a refreshingly intimate atmosphere. Three mini-markets, a bakery with wonderful fresh bread every day, and supplies of fresh fruit and vegetables brought over regularly from the mainland, make self-catering a simple matter - but who could resist the conviviality and choice of excellent food at the Loggos waterfront tavernas? Freshly-caught fish tops the menu every night and there is an attractive 'cosmopolitan buzz'. Visit the old Loggos soap factory, Anemoyiannis (Next to the School) This has recently been sold and renovations are due to start soon.


Lakka is a very pretty harbour at the end of a deep narrow bay on the north coast. It is a very popular stopping place for yachts and is well worth a visit for the sight of its magnificent natural harbour, filled with marine of all kinds. Lakka has excellent beaches with natural shade, and a good selection of restaurants and bars


This is a tiny island covered in bright green vegetation that lies off the southernmost tip of Paxos, close to Moggonisi. It is crowned by a small church, which originates from 1686 and is dedicated to Saint Spiridon

There is no airport on tiny Paxos - a factor that has helped to keep the crowds at bay; until recently, access was only possible by ferry boat from Corfu or the Greek mainland to Gaios. The introduction of a seaplane service has added a certain romantic thrill to travel to Paxos.

Paxos Cliffs

The West coast of Paxos, pounded by violent winter seas over the centuries, is spectacularly beautiful, with soaring white limestone cliffs, huge sea caves, and almost inaccessible beaches. Cliff top paths do lead to some fine views, but nothing can beat a boat excursion for the sight of those cliffs from the sea. The fantastic Tripitos Arch is one of the highlights of this coastline.

Plani Lighthouse

The Plani Lighthouse is situated on the headland west of Lakka. Paths run beside it and down to some quiet beaches. It is not open to the public.

Olive Press Museum

You will find the Olive Press Museum on the main road between Gaios and Lakka, just outside the village of Magazia. This was built in 1865, re-purchased and renovated in 1936 and was still working until 1960. It has now recently been restored and you can now visit to see the olive press working and purchase local produce. Open from 1100 - 1400 hours every day.

Beaches of paxos

Mongonissi: At the southern point of Paxos, one of the best beaches on the island is the sandy beach of Mongonissi, which has recently been dynamited out of cliffs and filled with sand. It has easy access by road from Gaios. Wonderful, clear blue sea and perfectly safe bathing. There is free mooring for up to 50 boats and yachts. Shower and toilet facilities are available along with wind surfing and paddle boats.

Kaki langada: This beach is north of Gaios and is sheltered with pebbles. There is a cantina on the beach during the high season.

Levrecchio: A fine shingle beach about five minutes walk south of Loggos and one of the busiest beaches on Paxos in the high season.

Kipos And Marmari: The beaches of Kipos and Marmari are near to Loggos. Beautiful small coves in a pretty bay with welcome shade from the olive trees that grow right down to the shoreline. Only accessible by walking or by boat.

Pounda and Kipiadi: Further south from Loggos can be found the beach of Pounda, down a small track from the main road. This track also branches south to the long, pebble beach of Kipiadi. This is a favourite anchorage for yachts

Harama And Kanoni: Harama and Kanoni are two lovely beaches inside the bay of Lakka. Beautiful clear waters with a sandy bottom, gently shelving, so very popular with families. Above the shoreline are bright pebbles - bleached white by the sunlight. The beaches here are perfect for swimming - especially those with young families as the protected bay of Lakka ensures that is does not become rough at anytime.

Monodendri And Glyfada: The most popular beach along the stretch of coast from Lakka south to Loggos is Monodendri. (the name means single tree). It has several facilities. Glyfada is further south but as this can only be reached along a steep footpath from the south, it is rarely visited. Water sports are available at Monodendri Beach


Paxos by Ferry

A Flying Dolphin ferry can carry about 100 passengers and take almost 1 hour from the New Port of Corfu to Paxos. When the boat reaches Gaios Port, taxis will be available for passengers. For timetables, bookings and costs please contact the following travel agency.

  • Corfu-Paxos Bouas Hydrofoil "Ilida II" /tel: (+30) 26610-49800 or fax 26610-44004
  • Paxos-Corfu Bouas Hydrofoil "Ilida II" tel: (+30) 26620-32401 or fax 26620-32610
The speed boat called the "Despina" will take about 1h and 30 mins to bring you to Paxos. For timetables, bookings and costs please contact the following travel agency.
Corfu-Paxos Kamelia lines  "Despina" tel: (+30) 26610-40372                                                                                                                                     
Paxos-Corfu Kamelia Lines "Despina" tel: (+30) 26620-32131

Another option is to hire a sea taxi (private boat), which can be a unique and enjoyable part of the journey. They usually leave from the Old Port of Corfu and take about an hour but they can also leave from Lefkimi (40 min) or Kavos (30 min.) and has the added benefit of being able to arrive at any port (not cheap although). There are 3 sea taxi's on the Island. Sea taxi's need to be booked well in advance.

Mr. Nikos Anemogianni tel: (+30) 6932232072
Mr. Tasos Gkogkos tel:(+30) 6944832964
Mr. Andreas Petrou tel: (+30) 6977623033
Note: We have tried to make this list as up to date as possible but phones and timetables change from time to time. We cannot be held responsible if any of this information is innacurate. We strongly advise that you double check all times with your accommodation or in the resort itself.

Anti Paxos

ANTIPAXOS, diminutive but very, very beautiful, lies just south of Paxos itself - a 15-minute journey by sea taxi. Covered with vineyards from which a wonderful local wine is produced, it is very popular with day trippers and serves as the main beach for those staying in Gaios. There are a few houses on this little island, mostly summer houses belonging to local people and owners of the vineyards.

Scuba Diving

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For those of you who love scuba diving, the peculiar underwater landscape of Corfu will not disappoint you.

The most popular diving spots are:

 Sceloudi Island, a small rocky islet with an exotic underworld filled with parrotfish, barracudas, breams and groupers, just off Palaiokastritsa.

• Neptune’s Cave is a cavern with many narrow channels, two domes and spectacular stalactites and stalagmites.

Odysseus is an offshore rocky islet and a top diving spot, listed among the best 100 of the world. Gigantic vertical cliffs, numerous reefs, fantastic underwater architecture and marine life.

The Blue Eye, an underwater labyrinth, with one cavern and three large exits. The walls are covered with sponges and it’s recommended only for experienced divers.

The Anchor is a peculiar bat cave. Divers can witness debris from a British ammunition transporter, which exploded and sunk in this very spot in 1944. The anchor lays at a 25m depth and its chain leads to the reef’s entrance.

The Hole of Ha is a fascinating cave filled with natural light. A long underwater tunnel leads to a hall. As the ceiling of the hall has collapsed, you will have an astounding view of the trees and the sky through the water.

Diapontian Islands

These little islands could easily give a new meaning to the expression of a “hidden paradise”. Othonoi, Ereikoussa and Mathraki are located northwest of Corfu. The complex of Diapontia Islands is accessible by boats departing from Sidari (1h and 23 mins away from Kadith Apartments - 51km) and Arilla (1h and 8 mins away from Kadith Apartments - 42,5km).



Othonoi is where one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece is located.

Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality of Corfu, of which it is a municipal unit.It is the westernmost point of Greece, located northwest of Corfu. Population 392 (2011). In the 19th century the island used to be the capital of the Diapontia Islands municipality, which also included nearby islands of Ereikoussa and Mathraki. Most of the island's inhabitants can trace their origins to Paxi island, south of Corfu, as people from Paxi were settled in the island beginning in the 1570s by the Venetian Republic. A cave, near the Aspri Ammos (White Sand) beach, is traditionally believed to have been the place where Calypso kept Odysseus captive.

Othonoi is mentioned from antiquity under the name Othronos. The current name is a corruption of the ancient name. The ancient Greeks also believed that Othonoi was the legendary island of Calypso. A big sea cave of the island is today called Calypso's cave. During the medieval period the island may have been depopulated. During the Battle of Lepanto no resident were mentioned on the island. Later, people from Epirus settled on the island and from there some of them settled on the other Diapontia Islands, Ereikoussa and Mathraki. The island became part of Greece in 1864, after the concession of the Ionian Islands.

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Aspri Ammos (White Sand) is accessible by small boats and it’s on the west side of the island. It has white sand, white pebbles and azure waters to die for.



Ereikoussa is one of the Diapontia Islands, an island complex to the northwest of Corfu. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality of Corfu, of which it is a municipal unit. It is located off the northwestern coast of the island of Corfu, and is almost equidistant from Corfu to the southeast, Mathraki to the southwest, and Othonoi to the west. There is only one town on the island, also named Ereikoússa. Its population was 496 at the 2011 census and its land area is 3.7 square kilometres (1 sq mi). The island is rich in green forests, filled with cypress, and olive trees. It has two beaches, Porto (Πόρτο) and Braghini (Μπραγκίνι); the names are of Italian origin, and date back to the period of Venetian rule. Braghini is rarely visited because it is further away from the main part of the island.


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Mathraki has two lovely beaches, Ammos and Apidies, and two villages, Ano and Kato Mathraki. There are few traditional fish taverns and a couple of hotels, for those who prefer to enjoy the unspoiled natural beauty of the Ionian Sea. Mathraki is an island and a former community of the Ionian Islands, Greece. It is one of the Diapontia Islands. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality of Corfu, of which it is a municipal unit. Population 329 (2011). Mathraki is a 45-minute boat ride off the coast of Corfu (4 NM from Cape Arilas). It has three restaurants that double as general stores. Mathraki is a quiet island that manages to stay clear of tourists except for the occasional hikers that brave the rocky coastline. The municipal unit includes the three nearby islets Diakopo, Diaplo and Tracheia.

Note: We have tried to make this list as up to date as possible but phones and timetables change from time to time. We cannot be held responsible if any of this information is innacurate. We strongly advise that you double check all times with your accommodation or in the resort itself.

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